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Similarly, another issue is whether or not it would have a base in the US for the off-season period, the gap between whenever their season ends until the start of the following training camp, in which the club will normally hold several meetings regarding staff and player contracts.
As of the NFL had investigated the possibility of a London team establishing a permanent base in conjunction with a Premier League club, but it was considered unlikely for reasons of infrastructure and scheduling.
The NFL has set a target of reaching a total of 6 million "avid fans" in the UK before they will consider a London franchise viable, and surveys the UK annually to assess this figure; an avid fan being defined by the NFL as someone who says they're "extremely interested" in the NFL or that it is their favorite sport.
It has been suggested that a significant stumbling block to creating the necessary fanbase is ironically the success of the NFL in promoting itself in the UK in the past.
Many fans had been drawn into the NFL when the game was popularized in the s, leading to evidence of support for all of the NFL's 32 teams in UK based fans, many of whom would be unlikely to support a London team as a first resort, i.
As a result, while wishing to retain the support of anyone for a London team on a second favorite basis, the NFL's UK operation has been focussing on growing the fan base by reaching out to younger fans without an established allegiance, and others who are entirely new to the sport.
In an attempt to gauge support for a London team, from the season the dates and times of the International Series games were adjusted to make them more closely resemble the home fixtures of a London team, as opposed to casting them as one off special events being timed in a fashion more convenient for a US audience.
As of the International Series, 9 out of 10 tickets for the games were bought by people who live within three hours' travel of London, with 33, people choosing to buy a package ticket for all three games.
The league has been encouraged by the fact that the International Series games were still attracting over 80, fans for a game like the Detroit Lions versus the Kansas City Chiefs on October 31, , the teams which had the 24th and 31st best records in the NFL at game time, leading The Telegraph to observe that Middlesbrough vs Brentford would be the equivalent English soccer fixture on the day based on their positions in the Football League Championship.
The NFL and others have also recognised that the current arrangement of giving all teams that play an International Series game the following week off a bye-week as being impractical if a London franchise was created, leading to the need to either change the schedule, or persuade teams to play UK and US fixtures in adjacent weeks.
While still retaining the bye-week, as a test of the logistics, the first game of the International Series was the first time teams only traveled to London for the weekend, having previously spent a whole week in the UK.
The NFL is mindful of avoiding the perception that any potential London franchise was being established simply to increase the profile and revenue of the league; any team based in London must be competitive and be able to win the Super Bowl.
The scheduling of the first back-to-back weekend fixtures in the International Series was also a test of a potential London franchise on competitiveness.
While the International Series fixtures have tested the effect on personnel of traveling east from the USA to the UK and then playing a game within a few days, because of the bye week it has yet to be established what the effect is when traveling the other way.
It has been suggested this may be tested by scheduling one team to play back-to-back weekends in the International Series as the notional home and away team.
Another issue considered is whether or not a London team would have an unfair competitive advantage compared to US-based teams, due to the extra distances away teams would have to travel to play them.
As of , players appearing in International Series games were subject to UK tax on their income and endorsements on a pro rata basis.
Thus, if a London-based team was subjected to the same salary cap, it would difficult for the team to sign enough top-caliber free agents to make it a Super Bowl contender.
As of , players appearing in International Series games were admitted on temporary working visas, a situation which would not be possible for players working a full home schedule, which would require visas to be issued by a UK government recognised governing body for the sport.
In order to clear these obstacles, it has been suggested the NFL would either have to create its own governing body in the UK, or work through BAFA after they gain approval.
Although not expected to fail, it has been speculated that approval of the governing body could be conditional on restrictions being placed on the activities of the NFL in the UK that would not apply to US teams, depending on the government's view of how the visas benefit sport in the country.
Analogies have been drawn to soccer, where players from outside the European Union must be shown to be bringing something "special and different", and teams are required to comprise a minimum number of EU citizens.
Individual visas may still also be denied due to issues such as criminal convictions. On May 4, , the entirety of the scheduled International Series games, including the London games, were moved back to the home stadiums in the United States due to the international COVID pandemic.
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Eines ist jedoch bereits jetzt klar. Die NFL kehrt nach London zurück. Premiere im Tottenham Hotspur Stadion — ging es erstmals ins neue Stadion von Tottenham, das eine Kapazität für rund Insgesamt fanden vier Spiele in London statt.
Die Oakland Raiders spielten dort gegen die Chicago Bears am Zwei Wochen später, am Would any of these players be lacing up their boots and running out onto a rugby league field without the Broncos?
The player pool in London is huge and as a sport we're only just scratching the surface. With more time, investment and work in areas in and around London the amount of talent being introduced to rugby league will grow further - and if the calibre of player recruited over the last few years is anything to go by it won't be long before we see more stars being born in the south of England.
Next November the Rugby League World Cup will stage a semi-final at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium - and when the results of the first ticket ballot were released by the tournament organisers last month it made very pleasant reading for fans of rugby league in the south.
Out of all 61 games to be played during the World Cup, it was the London fixture that topped the ballot demand - with most applications coming from postcodes within the capital.
The make-up of those fans who have purchased tickets for the fixture are unknown, but what it does show is that the interest rugby league in London is there.
Rugby league has been enjoyed in London by impressive attendances in the past, just not on a consistent enough basis to make a solid cut through at the highest level.
If past marquee games and next year's World Cup fixture is anything to go by, spectators will watch league in London.